Thinking of taking the Spiti Valley bike tour and don’t know how to plan on your own? Then don’t panic. Backpackclan has a team of professionals who will help you in exploring the Spiti Valley bike trip from Delhi. On the way to Spiti, you experience the beauty and adventure of this hidden gem on Earth by taking away all your stress of planning one of its kind trips and leaving behind tons of memories that you can cherish forever by taking you to all the offbeat places, challenging terrains, beautiful valleys and much more. 

We will help you cover all the renowned ancient monasteries, mystical topography, semi-frozen lakes, and breathtaking trekking routes that Spiti Valley has got to offer. A place that has got so much to offer on its plate, should be on the top of your bucket list. Besides offering picturesque views, Spiti Valley has also gained a lot of popularity amongst adrenaline seekers for its adventure activities, spectacular sightseeing opportunities, and surreal vistas. Spiti Valley bike tour is filled with various beautiful and stunning destinations including Chandra Taal, Pin Valley National Park, Dhankar Lake, Kibber, Kaza, Lahaul Valley, and Kungri Monastery. A Spiti Valley bike tour from Delhi offers a chance to its visitors to hike, camp, and raft, and of course, after all this, it is pretty much clear that this destination has everything it takes to satisfy the wanderlust souls.

So, what are you waiting for? Hop on your bikes and get ready to experience a tour full of adventure and thrill.

7 Nights 8 Days Available on request Manali, Himachal Pradesh
What makes this tour special
  • High-altitude desert landscape.
  • Ancient monasteries.
  • Chandra Taal.
  • Kibber Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Adventure activities like hiking, rafting, etc.
  • Local culture and hospitality.
  • Day 1: Arrival in Manali.

    Upon your arrival, complete the check-in process at the hotel. Meet your team in the hotel along with the crew who will guide you further in the trip. Today you will be briefed about the route and schedule and all the do's and dont's that you have to follow to make this trip a lifetime experience. You can buy anything that you missed from the market in Manali as almost everything is available here. Have your dinner and take good sleep so that you can wake up fresh for the ride that starts tomorrow.

  • Day 2: Manali to Narkanda/Rampur - 195 Kms

    After breakfast, we head to Narkanda\Rampur via the famous Jalori Pass, a mountain pass at 3200 mtrs, Jalori Pass is one of the favourite places for trekkers, mountain lovers and riding enthusiasts. Move ahead to Narkanda\Rampur. Once we reach, check in to the hotel\Guest House\Camp and take rest. Have dinner and overnight stay.

  •  Day 3: Narkanda to Chitkul/Sangla- 182 Kms

    After breakfast, we will move ahead for our next destination which is the beautiful village of Chitkul, the last inhabited village near the Indo-Tibetan border. The drive to Chitkul is extremely scenic amidst snow-clad mountains, apple orchids, and wooden houses. One can witness the unique architecture, local lifestyle and also visit the beautiful 500 years old Goddess Chitkul Mathi Temple here. In Tibetan, the term Sangla means “pass of light” which refers to the valley receiving sunlight during the day. Later, we shall visit the beautiful Rakcham village while traveling from Sangla to Chitkul. You will also come across the breathtaking valley on the banks of River Baspa, nestled between the mighty snow covered peaks and a lush green landscape. Overnight stay at the hotel.

  • Day 4: Chitkul to Kalpa- 60 Kms

    After breakfast, you will be driven to Kalpa village. Enroute, we will stop at Reckong Peo and will have a walk around the local market. Reckong Peo is the district headquarters of Kinnaur district. We will have lunch in a local restaurant where you have a choice to enjoy Indian or Tibetan food. After lunch, we will drive to Kalpa. You will check in to your hotel. Evening would be free to relax and explore Kalpa village and to enjoy the finest views of Mt. Kinnaur Kailash (6,000 metres). This is a spectacular sight early in the morning as the rising sun touches the snowy peaks with crimson and gold light. Overnight stay in Kalpa.

  • Day 5: Kalpa to Kaza- 208 Kms - After an early breakfast, we will leave for Kaza from the Indo-Tibet Highway. We will also experience the Khab- confluence of Spiti and the Satluj River. We will also stop at the Nako Lake and have lunch. After lunch, we will cross Nako and enter Spiti valley right after crossing Sumdo. Then we take a detour from here to visit the 500 year old Mummy in the Gue village. Then we head to Kaza for dinner and overnight stay. 
  • Day 6: Kaza : Hikkim – Komik – Langza : Kaza (48 Kms)
    Post early morning breakfast, take your bike out today to explore the spectacular beauty of Kaza. Visit the tourist spots including Key Gompa Monastery which is nestled between the mountains in a bowl shape in the small village of Langza of Spiti valley. This village is at a whopping height of about 14,500 ft. above sea level. It is also considered to be one of the highest villages in the world with a motorable road and Komik is the highest village with a road. Another location, Hikkim is a village in the Spiti district, close to Kaza. This is one of the highest year-round inhabited locations in India. Overnight stay at the hotel.
  • Day 7: Kaza - Kunzum La - Chandra Taal - 98 Kms: Motorbike expedition will head towards the next location which is the beautiful crescent shaped Chandra Taal. The beauty of this place is speechless. The parking here is available two kilometers away from the lake. The lake is situated in the Spiti part of the Lahaul and Spiti district and is also called “Moon Lake” . It is overlooked by the mountains on one side and a cirque on the other. After sunset, it is a beauty to behold. Enjoy the night in camps under a starry sky. 
  • Day 8: Chandra Taal to Manali - 111 Kms - Today, our Spiti bike tour will head back towards Manali. On the way we will cross Rohtang Pass and reach Manali by the evening. Once you check in to the hotel, your bikes will be collected back and this is the end of the motorbiking expedition. Overnight stay at the hotel. Tour ends.

What is included in the tour

  • Royal Enfield Himalayan 410cc for rental packages as per the itinerary from Day 2 to Day 8.
  • Helmets for rider and pillion for the trip.
  • Accommodation on double/triple sharing basis. (Extra mattress will be provided for extra person on triple sharing rooms)
  • Twin sharing for couples with any extra cost.
  • Meal Plan : Daily Breakfast (From Day 2 to Day 8) Daily Dinner (From Day 1 to Day 7)
  • Backup vehicle /luggage van for 01 rucksack bag per person. (up to 20 Kg) (Trolley not allowed)
  • Mechanical Support.
  • 24*7 Customer Support.
  • Experienced group leader for the trip.
  • All inner line permits/ green tribunal permit.
  • Wildlife fee and environmental fee.
  • Motorbike fuel for the complete trip as per the itinerary with rented bike.
  • Oxygen cylinder with general first aid for emergency purpose. (We recommend you to bring your portable oxygen cans)
  • Transport support in SUV/MUV/Tempo Traveler / Innova / Xylo / Scorpio / Backup Van / similar from Day 01 to Day 8 as per the group size.
  • 1 Bon Fire
  • Driver Night Charges, Toll, Parking for the SUV/MUV/ SIC Packages.
  • Daily 1 time Morning Tea at Dining or Buffet Area. (Ala carte orders will be on additional cost)
  • Daily Evening Tea
  • Participation certificate will be provided at the end of the trip.
  • Daily Bike Check ups.
  • Free Rescheduling or date change prior to 30 days of departure.

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Personal expenses like telephone, extra meals, laundry, tips and table drinks, etc.
    – Any type of insurance-Medical, Accidental, theft.
    – Any Airfare / Rail fare other than what in mentioned in “Inclusions”.
    – Airport, Railway station or Bus stop pick up or drop.
    – Cost of any spare part which will be used due to the accidental damage incurred when the motorbike is in rider’s possession.
    – Cost incurred to transfer or tow the motorbike in case it is dropped on the way.
    – Vehicle servicing or maintenance cost. (if own bike)
    – Any lunch and other meals not mentioned in package inclusions.
    – Security deposit per motorbike of Rs. 5,000/- as per the deposit policy. (This is refundable at the end of the trip if there is no damage or spare parts used)
    – Parking and monument entry fees during sightseeing.
    – Any cost incurred due to extension, change of itinerary due to natural calamities, road blocks, vehicle breakdown, union issues and factors beyond our control (Extra days stay/food at any place during the tour because of bad weather or road blocking due to snow)​​

    – Riding gears for rider which can be rented. (Knee pads and Elbow guards – Rs. 750/- for the whole trip)
    – Anything that is not mentioned in the inclusion section.
    – 5% GST.

Pickup point
Manali, Himachal Pradesh, India View on Map
Things to carry

Here's a list of essential items one should carry for the Spiti Valley tour:

  1. Clothing:

    • Lightweight and breathable clothing.
    • Warm layers for cool evenings and high altitudes.
    • Waterproof jacket or poncho for unexpected rainfall.
    • Hat or cap to protect from the sun.
    • Comfortable walking shoes or trek shoes.
  2. Personal Items:

    • Sunscreen with high SPF.
    • Lip balm with SPF.
    • Sunglasses with UV protection.
    • Insect repellent cream or spray.
    • Personal medications and first aid kit.
    • Moisturizer for dry climate.
  3. Travel Essentials:

    • Valid identification documents.
    • Camera or smartphone for capturing the stunning landscapes.
    • Portable charger/power bank.
    • Travel adapter for charging electronic devices.
  4. Health and Safety:

    • Reusable water bottle or hydration pack.
    • High-energy snacks like nuts, granola bars or dry fruits.
    • Hand sanitizer.
    • Basic toiletries. (toothbrush, toothpaste, etc.)
    • Emergency contact information and travel insurance details.
  5. Miscellaneous:

    • Lightweight backpack or daypack for day trips.
    • Cash in small denominations (ATMs may be scarce).
    • Torch/flashlight with extra batteries.
    • Multi-tool or Swiss Army knife.
    • Insulated water bottle to keep beverages cool.
  6. Optional Items:

    • Binoculars for wildlife spotting.
    • Trekking poles for hikes.
    • Books or games for leisure time.